South Wagga Wagga Church
Through The Grace of Our Lord Jesus - Acts 15:22 - Acts 16:5
As we continue our series in the book of Acts, we see there is a pause in the mission to ensure there is clarity about the gospel and the way all people are saved. This is an important moment in the life of the church, which enables the mission to continue to the ends of the earth.
They sent them out - Acts 13-14
Acts 13-14 recounts the first overseas mission trip as Paul and Barnabas go with the gospel on their first missionary journey. As we watch their mission, there is much for us to learn about the heart of mission and what to expect as we go with the gospel today.
Know and tell the Gospel - Romans 16: 17-27
As Paul drew his letter to a close last week, he greeted all those he knew and was, no doubt, reminded how susceptible all of them are to being led astray. Today we are reminded of our need to be established in the truth of the Gospel.
The Name Drop - Romans 16:1-16
Today's passage is a simple list of greetings, but its unusual length, placement and details points to the efficacy of the name of Jesus, whom Paul, the church in Rome, and all the saints now call upon.
Partnering in Ministry - Romans 15:22-33
Paul now sets out his plans to visit Rome. As he details his itinerary, he invites us to consider the importance of ministry partnership and resting together in God's providence.
Sorry, I should have introduced myself - Romans 15: 14-21
Paul's letter to the Romans has been theologically rich and personally confronting, but he hadn't even visited the church in Rome, nor planted it. Now at the very end of his letter, he offers an introduction to affirm his ministry to them, offering us insight into how we receive the ministry of others amongst us.